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Old Nov 29, 2002, 6:07 PM   #1
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Hi everybody!

It would be very nice to get your opinions. Is the glare on this image just too much, or....

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Old Nov 29, 2002, 8:21 PM   #2
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Great Picture, lots of shine!

No, not too much glare but you could probably adjust a lot of that using histogram levels or curves... Perhaps even get detail in the back side of the rocks but also I realize this is a resized, 72 dpi and not the best quality...

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Old Dec 1, 2002, 2:14 AM   #3
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I suggest you use a circular polarizer. If you do alot of outdoor pics I suggest the Hoya Moose filter which combines the 81a and circular polarizer. That will change the glare to a highlight and make your sky deeper blue. However, this is just a suggestion. The glare is nothing which detracts from the photo.

Very nice pic ...were is this?
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Old Dec 1, 2002, 4:28 AM   #4
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I think you took a fine shot. I like the glare.
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Old Dec 1, 2002, 8:26 AM   #5
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The tip about the filter sounds like something iīll try.

The location is just outside my hometown Lysekil ( www.lysekil.se ) on the west coast of Sweden. The icy water in the front is a small pond 6-7 meters above sealevel and itīs the Atlantic ocean in the back.
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Check www.2filters.com for filters and adapter tubes.
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Old Dec 1, 2002, 9:58 PM   #7
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I use the Hoya "Moose's" polarizing filter and it is wonderful. It is slightly warm (81A) combined with the Cir. Pol so that it gets rid of so some of that unwanted blue haze. Fuji S2 Pro and the 28-105 nikkor lens. Now I need a larger one to fit a larger lens and I live in the very NW of Washington state and have lots of water haze....
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